The Master's Programme In Banking and Finance
The Master's Programme In Banking and Finance offers a solid, well-grounded education in the key areas of finance. Students also acquire knowledge in other disciplines of the economic sciences, in related areas, and in research methods.
The programme consists of a general "core programme" and two alternative branches of study labelled "business orientation" and "science orientation". In both branches, students select between specialised courses in different subjects related to the area of finance. In the "core programme", the following courses are mandatory:
- Basics of Finance;
- Decisions under Uncertainty;
- Introductory Econometrics;
- Core Courses in Financial Asset Pricing, Banking and Financial Intermediation, and Corporate Finance;
- Money and Banking;
- Game Theory and Information Economics.
- admission to a master's programme requires the completion of a bachelor's degree (or diploma degree) in the same or a related discipline;
- applicants are required to prove their proficiency in English on the level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages;
- applicant’s bachelor certificate and transcripts;
- a translation by a court-sworn translator (if not issued in English or German) and the the required legalisation for the issuing country of the above mentioned documents;
- curriculum vitae;
- statement of purpose;
- proof of German language proficiency or English language proficiency and any further requirements prescribed by the curriculum of the degree programme of choice.
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